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League Tables Taking Shape for Playoffs



With three matches left in the regular season, the Premiership and Master's Division have the chalk set-up for the league table going into playoffs. Glory Days Athletics and Kelowna United F.C., who have boasted impressive 10-2 records, are still battling for 1st place while receiving a bye for the first playoff round while HDC has locked up 3rd. Both Okanagan clubs seem set on playing each other in the second quarterfinal while HDC look like they will draw Midtown F.C. in the quarters. With two weeks remaining in the regular season, it will be interesting to see which team comes out on top.


The Master's Division has a similar layout to the Premiership. Acera and Kelowna City are battling for the 1st position, while looking at a bye through to the semi-finals while Misfits are in sole possession of 3rd place. From there, 6 points separate the bottom three teams who will all have a chance at the quarterfinals. Primo and Promotion often have glimpses of progress and will need to string together a run to build up their point totals in the last two weeks while JVL seem to be having a few attendance issues, they will also try to finish strong.


The Championship Division is the league to watch in the remaining weeks of the regular season with Sterling Mutual taking command of a four point lead after a shootout victory in DMA in Week 12. It was a tremendously hard fought game, but the incredible depth of the Sterling squad keeps them powerful through to the final whistle. The Young Boys of Rutland and Canco's APNA follow DMA in 3rd and 4th respectively with points up for grabs between the two from their unplayed shootout from Matchday 4. Volta is also in strong shape with 20 points. The final playoff spot will be a battle for the ages between F.C. Play it Again who are currently on a two match run and Okanagan F.C. who have recently found form. We also can't write off Carlton Athletic who have a game in hand.


The match of the week comes from the Championship with a highly contested affair with DMA playing host to Rutland Young Boys on Tuesday night in the late window which can leapfrog the Rutland side into second place with the win.


Good luck to all the teams this week in this, the business end of the regular season.

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